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Planning a short trip to South Africa

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Planning a short trip to South Africa, what are some must-see places
21 months ago, August 3rd 2017 No: 1 Msg: #201966  
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Hi Everyone,

I have been planning for a short trip to South Africa, sometime early next year. It may turn into a longer stay, but that's not final yet.

For now, at least Cape Town, Johannesburg & Kruger national park are in top of my places to see. What other places do you think I shouldn't miss? Reply to this

19 months ago, September 21st 2017 No: 2 Msg: #202386  
We have a trip planned next year to South Africa and we are planning to see some wineries, penguins, and whales before we head out on our Safari. You'll have to study to determine which animal reserve will offer what you are looking for. Reply to this

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12 months ago, April 18th 2018 No: 4 Msg: #204576  
Did you already go on your trip? We spent a week in Capetown and just posted about it, if that helps. -Jennifer Reply to this

8 months ago, August 25th 2018 No: 5 Msg: #205507  
Have you considered travelling to Uganda after and visiting <snip>
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8 months ago, August 27th 2018 No: 6 Msg: #205519  
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Don't forget the garden route and I would highly recommend Etoscha National Park in Namibia.
Etoscha is a lot less crowded than Krueger.
And then it depends if you travel solo. I did and therefore booked with Urban Safaris (<snip>. Cape Town is always a great starting point. But don't make the mistake in trying to it all. Believe me, it won't be your last trip to South Africa ;-) Enjoy In response to: Msg #201966
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